Friday, March 07, 2014

Obama Wants an End to Abstinence, Favors Anal Sex

In his 2015 budget proposal to Congress, President Obama has eliminated grants for abstinence education funding. In contrast, the president proposes substantial funding for a variety of pro-homosexual programs including encouragement of deviant sexual behavior, such as anal sex, that is the main cause of the HIV/AIDS pandemic -- a disease that could virtually be wiped out through abstinent behavior.
“We are pleased that the budget eliminates funding for abstinence-only sex education . . . We look forward to working with Congress to see [the president's alternative sex education] investments protected.”
-- Cecile Richards, president of Planned Parenthood Federation of America
UPDATE 2/8/15: President Obama Floods Gay Agenda with Taxpayers' Money

For background, click headlines below to read previous articles:

Abstinence Education Effective, Fed Study Shows

Abstinent Teens the Norm, Moral Sex-Ed Works: Study

Anal Sex is Main Cause of Spread of HIV/AIDS

Fictional 'Safe Sex' - Government Losing War on STDs

Pandemic Sex Diseases: Permanent Cure Dismissed

HIV Cure: False Hope to Victims, Money to Others

Homosexual Disease Paid by All Americans: ObamaCare

UPDATE 10/17/14: President Obama Pays Pre-teens to Learn Anal Sex in Hawaii

UPDATE 6/1/14 - ObamaNation: Alters of Worship to Sexual Deviancy

UPDATE 5/28/14: Abortionists' Sex Ed Banned from Louisiana Schools

-- From "Obama's Budget Proposal Slashes Obamacare Abstinence Grants" by Steven Nelson, U.S. News & World Report 3/5/14

The proposed budget, unveiled Tuesday, would also discontinue $5 million in annual funding for the Competitive Abstinence Education program, which provides grants to specific pro-abstinence programs. That funding was approved for two years in the fiscal year 2012 budget.

. . . Obama does not support abstinence-only education. The issue has been a budgeting tug-of-war since he took office, with the president's effort to eliminate such spending hindered by Republicans in Congress.

The block grant program – originally funded by the 1996 Welfare Reform Act – was eliminated in the fiscal year 2010 budget, passed when Democrats held a majority in the House of Representatives. But Sen. Orrin Hatch, R-Utah, successfully resurrected the grant program months later by attaching it to the health care law in committee.

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From "President Obama wants to ax funding for abstinence from sex education" by Jennifer Liberto, CNNMoney 3/5/14

By cutting the abstinence grant, the country would save $5 million. It's among a list of "wasteful spending" that the President would slash if he gets his way on the budget.

In his latest budget, the President proposed 136 cuts, yielding $17 billion in savings. It was the fewest number of cuts proposed since he first took office in 2009. By contrast, Obama pledged 215 cuts with $25 billion in savings just last year.

. . . More than $175 million is spent on other [non-abstinent-only] sex education programs.

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From "President Barack Obama's FY 2015 budget includes LGBT funding" posted at San Diego Gay & Lesbian News 3/5/14

The Budget invests $2.3 billion in the Ryan White HIV/AIDS Program to provide treatment and care completion services for people living with HIV, which includes $900 million for the AIDS Drug Assistance Program to ensure that people living with HIV have access to life-saving antiretroviral medications. The Budget also invests $1.1 billion for CDC HIV/AIDS, Sexually Transmitted Diseases, Tuberculosis, and Viral Hepatitis activities, and aligns HIV funding with the epidemic by requiring public health departments to target resources where the epidemic is most concentrated.

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From "Obama Proposes Eliminating Funding for Abstinence Education in 2015 Budget" by Penny Starr, 3/6/14

In the “Cuts, Consolidations, and Savings” portion of the budget, it shows that the $5 million funding to Health and Human Services (HHS) through its Title V Maternal and Child Health Program that was included in the 2014 budget is not part of Obama’s latest budget.

Patrick Fagan, director of the Marriage and Religion Research Institute at the Family Research Council, told that cutting abstinence education programs encourages sexual activity in young people.

"If you want increased alienation between men and women, between mothers and fathers, you will eliminate abstinence and work to increase the number of sexual partners our adolescents have,” Fagan said. “If you want society to gradually fall apart, you will work to remove all connections between sexual intercourse and marriage.

“Chastity is the foundational virtue of society, because on it is built the stability of the family. On it is built the stability of marriage,” he said. “President Obama in his budget is clearly indicating he does not want our young people to be chaste, nor our future families to be stable, nor our next generation to have both mother and father at home.”

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From "President Obama’s Budget Eliminates Abstinence Education Programs" by Steven Ertelt, 3/5/14

President Barack Obama’s budget sends hundreds of millions of dollars to the Planned Parenthood abortion business — but that’s not the only concern it presents for pro-life advocates.

“By eliminating SRA (sexual risk avoidance) abstinence programs in his budget, the President has, once again chosen to ignore the wishes of parents and the approach that helps youth avoid all risk associated with teen sex. This is truly unfortunate, but not at all surprising. President Obama has sought to cut or eliminate SRA abstinence programs each year of his presidency. This – despite a growing body of research showing its effectiveness,” stated Valerie Huber, President of NAEA.

Huber tells LifeNews Obama’s FY 2015 budget will only increase the current 1:16 disparity between SRA abstinence education and so-called "comprehensive" sex education. She says that is despite the fact that nearly 7 in 10 Democratic parents would like to see more equality in funding for abstinence education and almost 60% specifically oppose the president’s efforts to eliminate SRA funding.

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Also read about President Obama's Homosexual Indoctrination Month in Schools Nationwide and read Alabama School Doesn't Back Gay Agenda, Obama Investigates

In addition, read the history of President Obama's Gay Agenda for Schools